Manila Essays

  • Population Overpopulation In Manila

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    POPULATION IN MANILA Good morning everyone. I would like to discuss my topic is all about population in Manila. You know what Manila is a one crowded place. This is a capital and second largest City of the Philippines. The city of Manila has a population of 1.78 million, according to census data. Manila is the world’s most densely populated city with 42,857 people per square kilometer, or 111,002 people per square mile. The METRO MANILA population swells during the day time, however, to about

  • Case Study Of Sangle

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    Demographics 2010 City of Manila Female Population: Female Age Group Female Population 15 – 19 86, 350 20 – 24 90, 717 25 – 29 82, 234 TOTAL 259, 301 Source: National Statistics Office, 2010 Census of Housing and Population The summary of the 2010 female population aged 15-29 in the City of Manila shown on the table above is gathered from the Philippine Statistics Authority. The female population aged 15-29 amounted to 259, 301 in total. The population in the City of Manila is presumed to continuously

  • Enchanted City In The Philippines Essay

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    really have an imaginative aesthetics that can be seen in the designs of memorial parks, large expanses of urban spaces, and tropical tourist spots. Some recreational parks that can be found in the Philippines are The Paco Park and the Rizal Park in Manila. Both reconnect Filipinos with nature and history as the architect harmoniously put spatial angles differentiated only by the variety and positions of

  • Historical Landmark In The Philippines

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS DEFINITION OF TERMS INTRODUCTION BODY What is Manila, Philippines I. The Importance of Historical Landmarks A. Why should we preserve Historical Landmarks II. The Historical Landmarks A. Compañía General de Tabacos de Filipinas (1881) i. Founder/Architect a. Antonio López López ii. History a. Certificates b. Cigarette Labels B. Hotel de Oriente (1889) i. Founder/Architect a. Andrés Luna de San Pedro ii. History C. Jai Alai Building (1940) i. Founder/Architect a. Welton Becket ii

  • Walled City In The Philippines

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    Manila is the capital of the Philippines which “Intramuros” were located that has been called the “Walled City”. The Latin word Intramuros means “Within the Wall”, and beyond the walls of Manila were called “Extramuros” which means “Outside the Wall”. The walls were created by the Spaniards in the late 16th century to protect the city from foreign infringement or planning to invade the city of Manila. The 0.67-square-kilometre (0.26 sq mi) walled city was originally located along the shores of

  • Jose Rizal As A National Hero

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    I am a Filipino, a fighter by blood and a believer by heart. I live in a free country. A country that is wealthy of natural resources, a country wealthy of man power, a country wealthy of heritage and culture and a country wealthy of historical events. Who would have thought that the Philippines, the so-called today as the country of the free people was being colonized not only once but many times by different dominant countries before? And who would ever thought that through millions of stories

  • Essay About Building Construction In The Philippines

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    Jose Rizal in Luneta. But unlike the Lincoln Memorial, the U.S. Capitol Building and the Eiffel Tower, today the background of the monument of our national hero is marred by the presence of a building construction. The structure, called Torre de Manila is being built by DMCI. The structure when completed, is 46-storeys high and will be a major photobomb in the background of the most revered monument. The first point of my opinion will be about heritage and development. This is a very clear example

  • Filipino Nationalism Research Paper

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    Higher Education and Origin of Nationalism The article was about the emergence of Filipino nationalism as a result of higher education. The article focuses on higher education as catalyst to the propaganda and national consciousness of the Filipino. Failure of religious order and catholic school and limiting academic freedom while pushing the idea of indio as “Filipinos” with equal rights as the Spaniard ushered the Filipino nationalism during those times. Failure of religious order and catholic

  • Analysis Of The Cavite Mutiny Of 1872

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    The Cavite Mutiny of 1872 Philippine’s early history has been a series of colonization, revolution, and freedom with Spain as the first colonizers who occupied the Philippines for over 300 years. Every 12th of June since 1898, we, Filipinos, celebrate our Independence Day. In 1896, because of our desire to break free from the grasp of the abusive Spanish colonizers, a revolution broke out. It is thru this revolution that June 12 became a special day. However, another year merits our attention –

  • Lahad Datu Case Study

    2012 Words  | 9 Pages

    A STUDY ON THE ROLE OF MEDIA IN THE LAHAD DATU INCIDENTS INTRODUCTION Lahad Datu is town and district located in Tawau, east Malaysia, on the island of Borneo. It is located on a peninsula north of Darvel Bay. The history of the Lahad Datu started around 1654 in which the Sultan of Brunei gave Sabah to Sultan of Sulu, who is also part of the Philippine government. In 1878, the Sultan of Sulu leased Sabah to the British North Borneo Company. In 1946, the company has delivered Sabah to Britain.

  • Andres Bonifacio: A Hero Of The Filipinos

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    Andres Bonifacio is one of our beloved heroes who rose and led the fight for our freedom that was taken away from the Filipinos by the Spaniards. He is more known as the founder and Supremo or “supreme leader” of a group which revolted against the Spanish colonial rule calledKataas-taasan, Kagalang-galangang Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan (KKK) or simply, Katipunan.Being such an ideal hero, the life of Bonifacio is being told and being taught to serve as an inspiration for others, especially for

  • Disney Global Culture

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    How has Disneyland been influenced by global culture differences In the 21st century, the world economy has been developing rapidly, and the globalized economy has brought great development space for transnational enterprises. In transnational business activities, cultural differences, which are very important, are easily overlooked and often become invisible barriers to international trade. Therefore, in order to successfully implement cross-cultural management, it is important to analyse cultural

  • Bite The Hand That Feeds You Poison Analysis

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    Name: Charles Liu, Drew Riveral Institution Name: Cebu International School Title of Article: Bite the Hand that Feeds you Poison “Land dear and holy, cradle of noble heroes, ne’er shall invaders trample thy sacred shores...” a translation of the original “Land of the Morning” Filipino national anthem commissioned by the American colonial government in 1920. The echoing of every Filipino is heard throughout schools, cinemas, terraces, each bearing these exact lyrics ingrained within their consciousness

  • A Memorable Country Essay

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    One place has a distinct spot in my heart. This vast, tropical area is filled with enormous things to see, memories, and a bunch of reasons why the Philippines is such a memorable country in my eyes. Even though it takes up a tiny portion of the world, it holds a big part of my heart. There are tons of features in the Philippines that you couldn 't spot in many other countries. Every time I get out of the airport, it 's always boiling. The unknown warmth of this country suddenly hits me free from

  • Filipino Youth In The Philippines

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    There is a saying often repeated in the Philippines that is attributed to the country’s national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal, taken from his poem A la Juventud Filipina; that “[t]he youth is the hope of the future.” In the Philippines, a country highly characterized by its religious tradition and conservatism (by virtue of its colonization by the Spanish Empire of the Exploration Age), the youth (by virtue of their membership to generation Y, a.k.a. the Millennials) becomes its bridge to globalization

  • Importance Of Rizal In The Philippines

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    The Philippines also known as the “Pearl of the Rising Sun” with its famous quotation “It’s more fun in the Philippines!” really talks about how our country created beautifully. Philippines have a lot of natural resources that we need to pay more attention to. We’re going to take a look from the past; about the heroes that give they’re life for the freedom of its own country to the unique in our own way colorful culture up to the wealthy abundant tourist spots and to fill your empty stomach with

  • The Philippine Culture: The Culture Of The Philippines

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    (, 2017). As an archipelago in nature the greatest form of transportation between the islands as well as other countries are the sea and air ports within the Philippines. The Manila port handles most of the country’s domestic and international shipping by sea. Also located in the Manila is the Manila International Airport, a major hub for international flights to and from southeast Asia and home to the country’s flagship airlines the Philippine Airlines (Gregorio C. Borlaza, 2017). Communication

  • Definition Of My Heritage Essay

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    My heritage. What does your heritage mean to you? My heritage is my identity; a Sri Lankan Muslim. I am proud to be the fifth generation Sri Lankan Moor in my family. Growing up abroad I have learned to treasure my heritage immensely and made an effort to understand it because it identifies me. Religion is a vital part of the Sri Lankan heritage and identification due to the abundant number of religious sites. Yes, Buddhism is the dominant religion, however, due to my ancestors’ settlements, my

  • Chinese Culture In Singapore

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    Singapore’s culture is a unique and harmonious blend of different races. There are many heritage sites and food that defines the Chinese culture in Singapore. Festivals and celebrations are held throughout the year and expresses their beliefs and background. Chinese New Year is the most significant event of the Chinese community and is observed by Singaporeans from all walks of life. Singapore bursts with all sorts of activities and events during Chinese New Year. The festival traditionally begins

  • Emerging Asia Case Study

    2003 Words  | 9 Pages

    I. Title Emerging Asia: Is the Philippines Part of the Miracle? II. Statement of the Problem Ever since the Philippines was considered as the “Sick Man of Asia”, the country was on the process of healing its economy. The rapid economic growth marked a phenomenon that transformed the country into a dynamic and emerging market which is now referred as the “Asia’s Bright Spot” or the “New Asian Tiger”. Whether or not the process of the Philippine economic transformation is considered as part of the